Blueprint was started by LSAT instructors, and stellar teaching remains our focus to this day. We look for outstanding people and give them the training, resources, and support to grow. At Blueprint, we believe in hard work, fun, and the occasional karaoke outing. Blueprint instructors have been former attorneys, military personnel, writers, actors, world travelers, and graduated from the most prestigious undergraduate and law schools around the country. If you can make the cut, we promise to give you challenging work in an exciting and rewarding environment.
At Blueprint, we understand that a class is only as strong as its instructor (no monotonous Mr. Hankeys from freshman English here). This is why we take care of our teachers by paying them the big bucks. Our instructors make up to $100/hour, dependent on the number of students enrolled in the class they teach.
Most other companies offer between $20/hour and $40/hour to instructors. We think you are worth much more than that. Blueprint instructors earn from $40/hour for very small classes up to $100/hour for large classes. In addition, the Blueprint course has way more classroom hours than other courses. If you teach one of our larger courses, you will earn up to $5,000 or more for teaching one course (working 10-15 hours/week). No other company even comes close.
Instructors can also bolster their income with private tutoring, which pays $50/hour.
Tired of doc review? Don't want to sit behind a desk all day? At Blueprint, teaching the LSAT can be much more than just a part-time job to pay the rent; it can be a profession. Many of our veteran instructors teach and tutor 20 or more hours per week during the year, enough to make a very healthy living. We are always looking for great instructors that can commit to teaching for at least two years, as well as help with marketing events and presentations. If you can do so, we can guarantee you at least three courses per year and pay in the range of $30,000 to $50,000 annually (for a part time job!), depending on your performance. Relocation to one of our course locations (CA, Phoenix, Austin, NY, DC, Boston, Philly) is also an option, and we might even split some moving costs with you (if you are truly amazing). Please mention this possibility in your cover letter if you are interested.
You might think that because you’ve scored well on the LSAT, you can automatically teach the LSAT well. However, teaching LSAT classes to the standard that we at Blueprint require isn't easy, and the vast majority of people can't do it.
We presuppose mastery of the test. We're assuming that you know all the relevant logic and can quickly learn to clearly explain our methods.
We're not just looking for someone to stand in front of the room and parrot our methods – we’re looking for something exceptional.
Our students find the LSAT to be two things: (1) dull/boring and (2) esoteric/obscure. We're looking for people who are the antidote to both.
If you are confident that you can meet these standards, email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the following:
We look forward to hearing from you!